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Geeks, please help me clean pmnkcum.dll


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msrvenkat

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Hello.
I have been a long time visitor to this site and appreciate all your time and efforts in helping people like us who run into
problems . So far your solutions have been the only way to resolve the issues while the commercially available mcafee and norton
were effectless. Now is my turn to post a problem as i could not relate this issue to any earlier topic in forum.
In my run SUPER antispyware scan , I see 4 to 5 entries of corruption in my registry entries and a file by name
c:\windows\system32\pmnnkcum.dll .After the scan it says cleaning up the file but after the reboot, I see all these entries again
in the scan. I tried everything to clean this but of no help.
I tried ccleaner, combofix, Windows Live onecare, Windows defender, vundo fix, malwarebyte's antimalware.
None of these seem to solve the problem.
Can someone please help me with this. I lost lot of time trying various ways to fix this but it still exists
Thanks in advance and really appreciate your time in putting this thing to end
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sorry the file is pmnnkcum.dll
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